Phegley grounded into double play, second to shortstop to first, Canha out at second.
- Seattle, Washington 98104
- Line: OAK -110
- Over/Under: 9
|2nd||Vogelbach homered to right (381 feet).||0||1|
|2nd||Beckham homered to right center (425 feet).||0||2|
|5th||Laureano scored on throwing error by second baseman Beckham and Grossman scored on throwing error by second baseman Beckham, Semien safe at first on throwing error by second baseman Beckham.||2||2|
|5th||Haniger homered to left (428 feet), Crawford scored.||2||4|
|7th||Grossman singled to right, Piscotty scored.||3||4|
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